Ladybug – #ScribblePicnic – An Art Co-operative
This week’s prompt for #Scribblepicnic is ladybugs or ladybirds.
I knew I had painted ladybugs before. When checking back through my posts, Michael had given a prompt for “critters” when we did Creative Tuesdays. Here is that picture and a link to that post.
You can see the post to Little Critters here.
And I also remember doing another ladybug picture.
And you can find that post Be Careful How You Live by clicking here.
I have always loved ladybugs. That is until we found them along with wasps in the springtime coming into our great room. The high windows, heat and light must attract them. The wasps are dozy and easy to swat but I don’t like killing them. I vacuum them up (which is just as bad I guess.)
5 Facts about Ladybugs:
- Ladybugs are not bugs but beetles.
- They are a red colour to protect them from animals that might harm them. They do have a toxicity but not enough to harm humans but it will taste awful.
- Adults have wings under the red flaps on their backs.
- They are used as pest control.
- They are not always beneficial. They also could eat your plants like beans.
I have no time this week to paint another ladybug as I will be in the midst of this year’s VBS (Vacation Bible School) at our church. Lots of fun; lots of energy needed too.
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